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Best Nate Bergman podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Nate Bergman podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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We are absolutely convinced that Alzheimer’s and other brain diseases are generally treatable and reversible. Early translational evidence supports this belief. The Evolving Past Alzheimer’s podcast brings you the highest caliber information about what you can do to identify, prevent, and treat Alzheimer’s disease. The show’s secondary goal is to use Alzheimer’s and cognition as a platform to explore consciousness and the human experience in it’s “second half of life.” Topics include emergin ...
 
Welcome to “Making It With Terry Wollman”, the show that explores the secrets, successes and strategies for making it in the music biz. In the studio, the classroom, and in my travels, I so often get questions about the creative process, so I created this show to focus on what it takes to have a lasting career in the ever-changing landscape of the music business. You’re really in for a treat, as I have invited my friends, some of the best and brightest in music, to share their stories. I gua ...
 
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This is the second part of a rich discussion between Anita Saltmarche and Dr Nate Bergman. It features transcranial photobiomodulation (PBM), or shining LED light energy into the brain. Anita has led numerous clinical trials and has over 17 years of experience with this technology. A good discussion about which devices, how much to use, and more in…
 
Saxophonist Boney James, whose style falls on the R&B and pop side of jazz, is a Soul Train award-winner and four-time Grammy nominee who has sold over three million albums. Born in Lowell, Massachusetts; he grew up in New Rochelle, New York before moving to Los Angeles with his family at the age of 15. In 1985, James went on the road as a keyboard…
 
This is the first part of a rich discussion between Anita Saltmarche and Dr Nate Bergman. It features, transcranial-photobiomodulation (PMB), or shining LED or low level laser light energy into the brain known. Anita has led numerous clinical trials and has over 17 years of experience with a variety of photobiomodulation applications. We talk about…
 
Born into a musical family, Joe Vitale is a veteran musician and drummer whose career has spanned over forty-five years of touring, recording, song writing, and producing with legendary and Rock ‘N Roll Hall of Fame artists. Along with vocals, he also plays percussion, keyboards and flute. His drumming encompasses all styles of music. A dedicated p…
 
Roger Brown - President of Berklee College… on whimsy, being fearless and leaving a legacy Roger H. Brown is the president of Berklee. Since his appointment in 2004, he has led Berklee during a period of unparalleled expansion that has included the launch of several pioneering institutes, such as the Berklee Global Jazz Institute, Berklee India Exc…
 
Peter Erskine has played the drums for sixty years. He appears on 700+ albums and film scores, has won 2 Grammy Awards plus an Honorary Doctorate from Berklee. Fifty+ albums have been released under his own name or as co-leader. He’s played with Stan Kenton, Maynard Ferguson, Weather Report, Steps Ahead, Joni Mitchell, Steely Dan, Diana Krall, et a…
 
This is, Dr Nate Bergman on a solocast chatting about 3 cases of improvement with Alzheimer's and cognitive impairment. We are excited to be part of the changing conversation within the Alzheimer's and Dementia communities. Increasingly, the question isn't so much IF someone will improve, it's more of a question of how much.…
 
Born in Montreal, Gino Vannelli grew up in a family headed by his cabaret-singing father and a ‘keen-eared’ mother. Instinctively drawn to jazz as a child, Vannelli studied drums and music theory for five years before adding guitar and piano lessons to his musical journey. The urge to compose words and music followed not long after and at fourteen,…
 
In the first episode with Dr Richard Isaacson we discussed his journey towards the recent Oct 2019 publication which was the first forward looking designed paper showing improvements in people at-risk for developing or with early symptoms of Alzheimer's. In this second episode we discuss Richard's idea around how mitochondria might be a root-cause …
 
As our listeners know I get particularly excited about having certain guests on this show. This episode is one of those guests! I have been after Dr Richard Isaacson for over a year now and I had to make a special trip to NYC to go bang on his door to get his attention here...but the reason I am so excited is because the kind of work that Richard i…
 
In this episode we explain non-invasive electrical stimulation, specifically transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). These techniques are used to alter brain function for the better. They harness and modulate the neuroplastic responses in the brain. Our guest, Dr. Adam Woods, is cognitive neuroscientist and Assistant Director of the Center …
 
Craig Garber is the creator and host of the Podcast “Everyone Loves Guitar”. The first broadcast of this show was on August 31, 2017. Over 600 shows later, it has grown to be not only the largest and most popular podcast in the guitar niche, but it’s actually in the top 15% of all podcasts. His show features musicians covering genres from bluegrass…
 
Dr McEwen explains her study of older adults with cognitive decline and begins by explaining what are the subjective assessment she used in her studies to label cognitive decline. The effects on cognitive functioning social experience and physical challenge of a group exercise class was the focus of the study. Discussion of what is similar and diff…
 
We're back on track...here's a really helpful discussion covering why neuropsychological testing is important if you are dealing with memory loss, cognitive impairment, Alzheimer's, Traumatic Brain Injury, and even problems with mood (such as anxiety and depression). Kristine Lokken PhD is a functional neuropsychologist with a passion for helping p…
 
Dr Nate Bergman welcomes you back for season 2 of the Evolving Past Alzheimer's Podcast. This season we're talking Neuropsychology, new approaches that incorporate both the brain and body for better results, begin talking about transcranial electric stimulation approaches to Alzheimer's and issues of cognition. We will also continue to discuss ways…
 
Grammy® Award-winning artist T.J. Troy brings virtuosity, style, knowledge and experience to the broad range of percussion music he champions. From the deep traditions of Indian and Middle Eastern percussion, to the rich complexity of Contemporary Classical Music, to the sheer power of modern drumset playing, T.J. has developed lines of symmetry an…
 
Moving to Los Angeles in 1983, Kevin first met with Keyboadist/Producer George Duke on a demo session, which led to 10 years of collaborating and session work under the guise of George for many projects including playing on records for George Duke, George Howard, Howard Hewitt, Philip Bailey (Earth, Wind, & Fire), Stanley Clarke, Al Jarreau, Dale B…
 
Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Perla Batalla consistently earns critical acclaim for her unique voice and culture-merging compositions. Formerly a Leonard Cohen back-up singer, the Los Angeles born vocalist launched her solo career with Cohen’s encouragement. Since then she’s recorded seven albums, been featured in films and television, and tak…
 
Lisa Casoni has a sales and marketing background, working for such companies as Coldwell Banker, Giorgio Armani, and Prada. From 2005-2010 she was Communications and Marketing Manager for Claims Resource Services located in Campbell, CA. Lisa moved to Ojai, CA in 2010 and in 2013 she was a co-creator of the Ojai Art Festival. Later that year, with …
 
As a child living in New York City, Al Schmitt would catch the subway on weekends to spend the day at his uncle’s recording studio, observing different engineering techniques. At 19, Schmitt began working with Tom Dowd at Apex Studios in New York City. He worked as an independant engineer at Atlantic Records and Prestige Records, and after moving t…
 
Thom Rotella - Making It as a Professional Instrumentalist and Composer Now a talented instrumentalist and composer, Thom Rotella has achieved both critical and commercial success. He has produced and recorded 11 CDs as a leader that have garnered listeners throughout the world for many years. He has also had a thriving career writing and playing f…
 
Vicki Randle - Making it as The First Female Member of the Tonight Show Band Vicki Randle (born December 11, 1954 in San Francisco, California) is an American singer, multi-instrumentalist(primarily acoustic guitar and percussion) and composer, known as the first (and only) female member of The Tonight Show Band,starting with host Jay Leno in 1992.…
 
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